Tanasevitch A.V. 2006. New or little-known Maro O.P.-Cambridge from Siberia and the Russian Far East (Aranei: Linyphiidae: Micronetinae) // Arthropoda Selecta. Vol.14 (for 2005). No.3: 259–268 [in English].
Center for Forest Ecology and Productivity, Russian Academy of Sciences, Profsoyuznaya str., 84/32, Moscow 117997 Russia (old address, not valid).
KEY WORDS: Spiders, taxonomy, Linyphiidae, Micronetinae, Siberia, Russian Far East, Maro, new species.
ABSTRACT. Four new species, i.e. Maro bureensis sp.n., M. khabarum sp.n., M. pansibiricus sp.n. and M. ussuricus sp.n., are described from Siberia and/or the Russian Far East. All records of M. flavescens (O.P.-Cambridge, 1873) in Asia, except for the original description, are shown to actually concern a new species, M. pansibiricus sp.n., while M. flavescens is depicted based on original and new material. A new synonym is established: Maro flavescens (O.P.-Cambridge, 1873) = Oreonetides confusus Wunderlich, 1995, syn.n. Some erroneous records of Maro are corrected and the distribution of some Maro species is mapped.